Water connects us, but culture unites us
Baltic Sea Region Cultural Pearls, that has been approved by Interreg Baltic Sea programme, aims to connect cities, people and cultural actors in the region and strengthen the regional identity while promoting cultural diversity. A further aim is to enable smaller cities and regions to increase their social resilience and maintain the quality of life with local assets in an innovative way. Cultural Pearls will showcase selected cities and regions across the Baltic Sea Region through an award with wide communication activities.
The project will be led by the Council of the Baltic Sea States.
Partners so far are:
CBSS as Lead Partner; ARS BALTICA Secretariat; Regional Council of Ostrobothnia, Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture Secretariat, Danish Cultural Institute, Vidzeme Planning Region, Baltic Sea Cultural Centre, Heinrich Böll Foundation Schleswig-Holstein, Creative Estonia, Ministry of Justice, European Affairs and Consumer Protection of Land Schleswig-Holstein, Varde Municipality, Alytus city municipality administration
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